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Previews: April 30, 1985
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Closing:January 04, 1986

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219 W. 48th St.
New York,NY10036

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by Michael Major - Sep 9, 2022
Co-produced by Melchor and Henry Kwapis (Benny Blanco, Dijon), the album features additional work from Charlie Puth, Lennon Stella, Emily Warren and Andrew Sarlo. Here Goes Nothing also features further contributions from the Robin Pecknold (Fleet Foxes) on the track “Let Me Know When.” Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!
by Michael Major - Sep 9, 2022
The fifth film of the popular franchise starring Steve Carell explores the origin story of Gru and how he came to be the world’s greatest villain alongside his minions. The film directed by Kyle Balda and co-directed by Brad Ableson and Jonathan del Val also stars Russell Brand, Taraji P. Henson, Michelle Yeoh and Oscar® winner Julie Andrews. 
by Evan Henerson - Sep 30, 2022
As directed by Zi Alikhan with a pitch-perfect technical team and acted to the nines by Ana Nicolle Chavez, Miles Fowler and Kanoa Goo, SANCTUARY CITY is the kind of intelligent evening that may get you talking before the final blackout.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 29, 2022
London International Mime Festival (LIMF), the UK's annual festival of contemporary visual theatre, opens on Monday 16 January and runs until Sunday 5 February 2023 with 15 productions including 8 international works in 8 London venues: Barbican Theatre & The Pit, Jacksons Lane, Little AngelTheatre, Shoreditch Town Hall, Peacock Theatre, The Place and Wilton's Music Hall. 
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2022
From Oct 28 through Nov 3 BAM presents Metamorphosis: The Films of Shinya Tsukamoto. An underground filmmaker who got his start in Japan’s punk super-8 scene in the 80s, Tsukamoto embraces the maggots, memory loss, and severed heads of genre filmmaking with formally striking works that range from the bloody to the bizarre while grappling with the frailty of the human body under the stress of technofuturism and late capitalism.
by Cindy Marcolina - Sep 27, 2022
Commissioned by Southwark Council, Linda Wilkinson writes a historically accurate account laden with fiction to explore the strings attached to progress. Author Mary Shelley and human rights activist Octavia Hill coexist in this tonally odd piece, playing ghosts in each other’s lives.
by Barry Lenny - Sep 23, 2022
Tickets are sure to be in short supply as word spreads.
by Michael Major - Sep 23, 2022
The film features Steve Carell, Pierre Coffin, Taraji P. Henson, Lucy Lawless, Dolph Lundgren, Danny Trejo, Jean-Claude Van Damme, with Julie Andrews, and Alan Arkin. MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU is the latest addition to Peacock's library, including URASSIC WORLD: DOMINION, DOWNTON ABBEY: A NEW ERA, ]FIRESTARTER and THE OUTFIT.
by Courtney Symes - Sep 21, 2022
Once in a while, an event occurs that is so viscerally powerful that you will always remember exactly what you were doing when it happened.  Most people over 70 will remember what they were doing when John F. Kennedy was assassinated.  People my age remember the Challenger disaster vividly (I was in my 6th-grade classroom watching the launch on t.v.).  Arguably even more tragic are the events that transpired on September 11, 2001.  From the dust of the wreckage, though, came hope and a unified country.  Come From Away is a story of that hope and unification.  It makes its Sacramento premiere this week in a special engagement that had been postponed since 2020. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2022
The two-time Naledi Theatre Award-nominated play ASKARI will return on stage at the South African State Theatre (SAST) to showcase from 27 September till 16 October 2022.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2022
The second annual Gatlinburg Songwriters Festival 2022 was a tremendous success doubling attendance, adding stages, and providing new and exciting panels and professional writing sessions.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2022
Tony Award nominee Mary Bridget Davies (A Night with Janis Joplin) will star in Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own on Saturday, October 1, 2022, at 7:00pm at Joe’s Pub channeling her powerful voice and presence in the play with original music.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 12, 2022
People’s Light is presenting the world premiere of Mushroom, an original play from Pulitzer Prize finalist and Mare of Easttown cast member Eisa Davis. Mushroom runs September 14 through October 16 on the Steinbright Stage.
by Annette Stolt - Sep 10, 2022
Come From Away, the most heartwarming musical opened again at Östgötateatern
by Roy Berko - Oct 9, 2022
What did our critic think of THE THIN PLACE at Dobama?
by Herbert Paine - Oct 9, 2022
The joyful frolics of MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT are on stage in full armor at Arizona Broadway Theatre through November 5th.
by DC Felton - Oct 6, 2022
WEvery so often, a partnership in theatre can produce some fantastic results. One of those partnerships can be seen between Ankeny Community Theatre and playwright Tommy Lee Johnston. Last season they included two of his shows, 'Geezers' and 'Aura.' Over the season, Tommy Lee Johnston came to see both plays they produced. This led to something theatre companies and those involved dream about, the opportunity to produce a world premiere play. This last weekend Ankeny Community Theatre produced the World Premiere of Tommy Lee Johnston's new play 'Borrowed Beats.'
by Cheryl Markosky - Oct 5, 2022
In a fabulously fast-paced and funny tribute to Spike Milligan, writers Ian Hislop and Nick Newman affectionately convey how the extraordinary Anglo-Irishman creates The Goon Show.
by Michael Major - Oct 4, 2022
Joining BRUNO as special guest at the shows is one of Africa’s most recognisable and successful DJs and producers, SPINALL. Tickets are on sale now. Bruno Mars Live and Exclusive in Sydney at Allianz Stadium is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 29, 2022
Discover the story behind one of the greatest musicals in history as we dive deep into the history of Broadway's longest-running American musical, John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Bob Fosse's, 'Chicago.'
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 27, 2022
Just in time for the holidays, Paris Ballet and Dance will bring the spellbinding magic of The Nutcracker to The Palm Beaches!
by Barry Lenny - Oct 24, 2022
The play and the production sit so neatly in the Domain Theatre.
by Barry Lenny - Oct 24, 2022
The play and the production sit so neatly in the Domain Theatre.
by Cindy Marcolina - Oct 22, 2022
Unfortunately, it all ends up looking like a fake play seen in a movie where the characters go to the theatre to advance the plot or reflect on life. “I cling only to now” George says at the end, but this iteration clings too much to the established reputation of the material to offer anything original.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 21, 2022
Buffalo Theatre Ensemble (BTE), the professional Equity company in residence at the McAninch Arts Center (MAC), continues its 2022-2023 season with Alan Ayckbourn's “Season's Greetings,” directed by Connie Canaday Howard*+.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 20, 2022
54 BELOW will present Tony Award® nominee Mary Bridget Davies in a concert reading of Virginia Woolf’s  A Room of One’s Own - a play with original music, on November 5th, 2022 at 7:00 pm. 
by Review Roundups - Oct 2, 2022
The critics are weighing in on Leopoldstadt, Tom Stoppard's Olivier Award-winning Best New Play, directed by two-time Tony Award nominee Patrick Marber. The new play opens on Broadway tonight, Sunday, October 2 at the Longacre Theatre.
by Robert Encila-Celdran - Oct 19, 2022
But while Marlowe and Goethe's protagonist utilized his diabolical powers to serve their ambitions, Johanna uses hers to make the world a better place. Surprisingly, her pact with the devil begets a deep sense of altruism as she travels through centuries to navigate human progress, conferring with future movers and shakers of the world (chiefly women of distinction) to advance civilization.
by David Bravos - Oct 18, 2022
The crux of BARRACKING FOR THE UMPIRE puts AFL in a different light, one that is swiftly becoming worryingly relevant. This heart-warming and humourous look at country life is a gorgeous debut play from the multi-talented Andrea Gibbs, and one that offers plenty for theatre fans and sports fans alike.
by Sean Fallon - Oct 16, 2022
On Saturday, October 15, 2022, I had the pleasure of seeing Neil Simon’s CALIFORNIA SUITE as performed by the Castle Craig Players at the Almira F. Stephan Memorial Playhouse in Meriden, CT. CALIFORNIA SUITE is different from a typical Neil Simon play in that rather than being one continuous story, it is four separate playlets that have three things in common: location, location, and location. Some audience members may be familiar with this concept in that it was used in A.R. Gurney’s The Dining Room. In CALIFORNIA SUITE, the location is not a dining room, but in Suite 203 & 204 in the Beverly Hills Hotel, a hotel that incidentally has lousy room service, but an entertaining cleaning staff.
by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 14, 2022
Imagination Stage, the metro DC region's largest professional theatre for children, will welcome audiences celebrating Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Christmas, and New Years to the omni-festive musical Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: the Rock Experience, based on Mo Willems' best-selling 2009 picture book Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed. The show runs November 16 - January 8 and is best for ages 4+.
by Michael Major - Oct 12, 2022
Co-produced by Melchor and Henry Kwapis (Benny Blanco, Dijon), the record features additional contributions from Charlie Puth, Lennon Stella, Emily Warren and Andrew Sarlo. Here Goes Nothing! also features Robin Pecknold (Fleet Foxes) on the track “Let Me Know When.” Watch the new performance video now!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 10, 2022
The Rose Center Theater is seeking talented performers local to the Orange County and Los Angeles areas who can sing, act, and dance in the holiday musical production of A Christmas Carol, playing December 2-18, 2022.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 4, 2022
Tony Award-nominee Mary Bridget Davies will return to 54 Below in a concert reading of Virginia Woolf’s feminist classic A Room of One’s Own — a new play with original music  — on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 7:00 pm. 
by Jaime Zahl - Nov 30, 2022
What did our critic think of THE WIZARD OF OZ at CM Performing Arts Center? As soon as CM Performing Arts Center's live orchestra struck up the first few chords of 'The Wizard of Oz's' iconic overture, a wave of nostalgia hummed throughout the Noel S Ruiz Theatre. Multiple generations filled the house at the opening weekend matinee. Children, parents, grandparents, and children at heart visibly delighted in the stellar stagecraft, vibrant costumery, and charming performances featured in CM's Season 49 finale.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 29, 2022
New Ohio Theatre will welcome audiences to New Plays Downtown, a new play reading series, running December 15th - 18th. The series, curated by Dianne Nora and New Ohio Theatre, will feature four new plays by Carolina Đỗ, Dylan Guerra, Dianne Nora, and travis tate.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 21, 2022
Oakland Theater Project has announced its 2023 Season: History vs. Hope, a six-production  lineup featuring groundbreaking new plays, re-mounted classics, and the company's first musical.
by Rich Mehrenberg - Nov 20, 2022
Fulton Theatre’s current production of the tepid White Christmas is an excellent example of the old adage “there are no small parts, only small actors”. Fulton Theatre?
by Michael Major - Nov 2, 2022
Ahead of this long awaited announcement, the group has released ‘The Hurt (Act III)’ - the final part of a trilogy of EPs that doubles as an expansive collection of songs that helped form the band’s upcoming album. The official video for “Hurt” is out now.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 2, 2022
Mesmerizing and captivating are just two of the words that might best describe Hadestown, the Tony Award-winning best musical of the truncated 2019-20 Broadway season, which is now commanding ovations of rapturous applause from adoring fans at Nashville’s Tennessee Performing Arts Center during an eight-performance run through Sunday, November 6.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 17, 2022
In a truly, genuinely, entertaining night, Santino Fontana reaches every audience member with his new show at 54 Below.
by Michael Major - Nov 16, 2022
Titus Andronicus have much to celebrate.“Drummer Boy” takes the music of Billy Joel's evergreen anthem “Piano Man” and uses it to tell the story of the nativity from the perspective of “The Little Drummer Boy,” made famous in the 1958 Christmas classic of the same name by the Harry Simeone Chorale.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 16, 2022
A grocery store with products made entirely of plastic bags is coming to Ann Arbor's prominent 777 building (South State and East Eisenhower Parkway), turning the unoccupied first-floor space into a colorful installation that slyly doubles as an eco-warning. 
by Cindy Sibilsky - Nov 13, 2022
Athens arrived in Brooklyn and transported myth and magic interwoven with the beauty & grotesqueness of humanity. Conceived & directed by Dimitris Papaioannou, dialogue-free and comprised of non-linear vignettes, Transverse Orientation is a dynamic dance theater tableau that creates a veritable feast of sumptuous delights & constant metamorphosis.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 4, 2022
Following a sold-out and critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2021, Mediocre White Male returns to London, with a run at the King's Head Theatre with performances from 15 August – 2 September, with a press night on Wednesday 17 August.
by Blair Ingenthron - Aug 28, 2022
Fanny Kerwich, an 8th generation French circus artist, director and producer, will bring an all-new cirque show to North Texas entitled Wild West Circus. The show will run at Frisco Fresh Market from October 28-October 31 and Dallas International School on November 4-5.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 24, 2022
Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz, the duo known as Watchhouse (formerly known as Mandolin Orange), will perform in Capitol Theater on Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 8 p.m.
by Joni Lorraine - Aug 23, 2022
What did our critic think of ZACH'S THE INHERITANCE PART I at ZACH Kleburg Theatre? As a young Puerto Rican growing up in Florida, playwright Matthew Lopez read in a magazine about the acclaimed Merchant Ivory film adapted from E.M. Forster's novel Howards End, and asked his mom to take him to see the film. Since his outlets as a young man were books, theatre and movies, it stands to reason that Howards End and E.M. Forster play such a literally integral role in Lopez's sprawling theatrical adaptation of the novel. His mother later also bought Lopez the book. He fell in love with it, and fell in love with Forster or, more specifically, Forster's queerness.
by Bruce Apar - Aug 18, 2022
Henry Fielding's picaresque plot animated by witty lyrics from playwright Cary Gitter and ear-pleasing music by Max Silverman performed by a standout quintet of singing actors add up to a tour de force of a farce.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 15, 2022
JAG Productions, a Vermont and New York City-based company serving as an artistic sanctuary for Black creatives in the American theatre, announced its 2022/2023 line-up this week.

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What productions of Doubles have there been?
Doubles has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1985.